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Executive director:  Marieke Reijalt

Office Manager: Chiara Sorge

Phone:  + 32 2 763 25 61 Fax: + 32 2 772 50 44 E-mail:

Postal Address: European Hydrogen Association 3/4/5 Avenue des Arts 1210 Bruxelles Belgium

EHA Achievementsread more »

1. EHA’s active lobby presence in Brussels makes a difference in key EU dossiers:   2006:  Green paper European strategy for sustainable, competitive and secure energy: EHA submitted key amendments that were integrated in final text 2007: Regulation to set up the Joint Undertaking for fuels cells and hydrogen (FCH JU): EHA secured supportive EU Parliament rapporteur 2008: EHA secured inclusion of hydrogen in EU’s 10% renewable energy in transport target in EU Renewable Energy Directive. 2009: Green Paper on SustainableTransport for Europe: EHA suggested to include fuel cell electric vehicles in electomobility definition: accepted. 2010: EU Energy Strategy 2011 – 2020 Communication and Energy infrastructure priorities also beyond 2020 include reference to hydrogen that were EHA suggested by the EHA. 2011:  White Paper on Transport includes references to link SET Plan suggested by EHA 2012:  EU Smart Cities and Communities Initiative referred to "using hydrogen as an energy carrier for storing energy and balancing demand at city level for energy and stationary power ..".   2. EHA is the point of reference for EU decision makers on national developments: In 2000 six national hydrogen organisations established the European Hydrogen Association (EHA) to promote the use of hydrogen as an energy carrier in Europe; in 2012 the EHA is representing 21 national associations covering membership linking to 300 companies active in hydrogen and fuel cell development in Europe. This unique representation allowes the EHA to be invited to key EU Commission transport and energy policy working groups meetings (Cars 21, Future Transport Fuels Expert Group) to actively contribute instead of react to policy developments 3. EHA facilitates links of industry with of regional and local projects opportunities: In 2007 the EHA actively supported the establishment of the European Regions and Municipalities Partnership for fuel cells and hydrogen, HyRaMP, representing 30 regions in Europe.  Since 2008 the EHA is hosting HyRaMP’s now HyER’s office in Brussels linking industry with regional intiatives and funding opportunities 4

Research Associate Position in Hydrogen Safety available at University of Ulsterread more »

There are two new Research Associate positions at the HySAFER Centre in the University of Ulster in its Jordanstown campus.   The positions available are a Research Associate in Hydrogen Safety and a Research Associate  in Computational Hydrogen Safety Each position is for three years starting 15th of October 2012, salary is £25,266. Deadlines for applications is 7 September 2012.  Further information on the job description, salary and requirements can be found on the website.

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Becoming a member of the EHA means joining a group of active and dedicated industries and national associations working togetheer to promote the use of hydrogen as an energy carrier  in Europe. Sign up now to receive a monthly report including the latest EU policy and national and local level developments. The application form you find above. Do not hesitate to contact Karen Gallagher for more information tel. +32 2 7632561 and email

Statutesread more »

Statutes of the European Hydrogen Association: TITLE I: CONSTITUTION, SCOPE, FUNCTIONS ART. 1 - DENOMINATION An Association is set-up between the undersigned under the name of European Hydrogen Association (E.H.A., hereinafter called the " Association "). ART. 2 - CHARACTER The Association is an independent, international not-for-profit organisation, without any political, religious or racial discrimination. It is governed by the Belgian law of 27th of June 1921 (articles 46 and following), as amended by the law of 2nd of May 2002. ART. 3 - DURATION The Association is set up for an unlimited duration